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the holiday season in san francisco, welcome, founder and executive director of the rainbow world fund, jeff cauter. >> thanks donna and that great introduction and i must say that you look particularly fabulous tonight. >> if you are not familiar with the rainbow world fund we are an international service agency based in the gay and lesbian and transgender and friends community. so we are gay and straight people coming together. and what we do is we work within our community to educate people about issues of humanitarian aid and world need. and as we raise our community's consciousness, we fund and we raise funds to support relief efforts all around the world. our projects focus on, education, hunger, safe drinking water, and disaster relief, and all kinds of different ways of helping people. we have ongoing projects in cambodia, haiti, and south africa and helping out in areas just as the tsunami in south east asia and the earthquake and tsunami in japan and last year, and during hurricane katrina we tributed one mill object pounds of food aid. [ applause ] >> and all of that is coming fro
of the afternoon today. because of a bomb threat at one of the stores there. kron four's jeff bush shows you what happened.a drive- b >> it was a tense afternoon at 2:30. this employee found a note in the men's room at this department store. this bomb threat was discovered and the bomb squad was called out to be seeing. this is where this happened at this department store, kohl's. with a canine unit called out. the swat team also had a portable robot. police found no explosive devices. this store was reopened just after 8:00 jeff bush in milpitas, kron 4. >>jacqueline: we did see some light rain but it has moved out. we are seeing clear skies and cool temperatures freezing in fairfield. 35 and of vallejo, santa rosa, livermore, a lot of 30's. the satellite showing clear skie bay area but lingering clouds of shore. more rain for tomorrow courthouse clou temperatures in the 30's. for tomorrow, those clouds will increase with spotty showers. it will be like today. light and isolated. more rain and your details forecast, coming up. >>pam: shooting at a bus stop, leaves one man in the hospital and th
franzen on the scene, and clint van zandt profiler and msnbc analyst, and psychologist jeff grandier, and caroline mccarthy who entered politics after her husband was killed in a multiple shooting on a suburban commuter train, and we have the head of the national association of school safety and also we will go to my colleague michelle franzen. thank you for staying with us tonight. >> well, hi, chris. we are here in the knnewtown ar of connecticut miles from sandy hook, connecticut, where the tragic shooting took place today. right now, hundreds of resident s are gathering at a nearby catholic church for a vigil to for those lives of young people who were shot today. they are holding a prayer vigil to comfort the families who were told that they had lost their loved ones in this town. it is a small new england town in area, and very rural area in the central part of connecticut here. the school certainly k-4 as we mentioned, we don't have identifycations tor age-- of th schoolchildren or the names being released, but we are told that the investigators are processing the scene now an
in newtown, connecticut, cliff van zandt, former fbi profiler and nbc oonlt. we've got psychologist jeff weiner and psychologist jeff gardere. nbc white house correspondent kristen welker, u.s. congresswoman carolyn mccarthy who entered politics after her husband was killed in a shooting on a suburban commuter train. larry johnson the president of the national association of school safety and law enforcement officials. and jamd baldwin, baltimore county police chief. first we go for an immediate update to my msnbc colleague michelle franzen. michelle, thank you for staying with us tonight. >> reporter: well, hi, chris. we're here in the newtown area of connecticut just nearby a couple of miles from sandy hook elementary where the tragic shooting took place earlier today. at this hour hundreds of residents are gathering at a nearby catholic church for a vigil, holding a prayer for those who o'have lost their lives today, those youngest lives, anywhere between kindar garten and fourth grade where those students were shot today. they're holding a prayer vigil and trying to comfort the famil
answered. let's get to doctor jeff gardere. he has been talking a lot about what answers parents need to be giving their children. he's a clinical psychologist. so, jeff, i did that interview with the -- those parents a little bit earlier today. and they were struggling. they literally did not know the words to use to be able to tell their first grade son that some of his classmates and his good friends had been killed. how do people who are in the situation handle this? how do those of us who are outside of it and have children that are dealing with it handle it as well? >> well, i heard what they said, and it was very poignant. they had listened to the experts such as myself giving advice. if you have children who have heard about this, how to speak with them. this is a very special population. they're the ones that are at the ground zero who have been traumatized. and i would tell those parents, and this is specifically for you there in connecticut, as part of sandy hook. the most important thing is let your children know that you, as the parents, have been very hurt by this. and t
. >> jeff? >> well, the reporters were not trained to work with people who have been through trauma and yes, we want the kids to talk about it as quickly as possible which is part of the debriefing, that trained police officers and mental health experts are doing but you can actually retraumatize the child if you are not asking the proper questions, so perhaps we need to pull back on that a little bit. >> it is interesting because the debate that emerged around us for us is on the one hand as you say, what feels wrong or what we may know is potentially re-traumatizing, but on the other hand not wanting to sanitize something this horrible, because in part, because this is, this is disgustingly horrible and if we make it just sort of the tears of adults then we miss what has happen happened here. >> i think that we have counter vailing values here. so that the press has a duty to get in there and try to figure out what happened. the police have a duty, and that doesn't always mean releasing everything that you heard in the press conference, melissa, and the families going through the mass mur
read ready to help more, but no more wounded came. jeff glor is at the hospital. >> reporter: scott, two of the children who were taken here died. it's our understanding that one patient is still being treated tonight. when this happened, they had four trauma teams ready but, as you mentioned, one of the most heartbreaking realizations here is that the hospital realized most of the victims would never even leave the school. we spoke with dr. john murphy, who was coordinating coverage this morning. >> well, i was in the emergency room when we got the call that there would not be any more victims coming. and that was a devastating call to get and the room fell silent when we shared the news and there was a moment of deep grief recognizing what that meant. >> reporter: that most of the victims couldn't be saved. >> that's correct. >> reporter: scott, this is the main hospital in a small town so they're not only dealing with the fact that they were treating these victims but that many hospital employees knew the families and knew some of the children involved. the hospital has been offe
the help of a clinical psychologist. jeff gardere is here. jeff, i don't even know where to begin with this. with the community dealing with 26 people, with 20 children, with families dealing with this, parents who sent their kids to school, went off to work or off to do whatever they were doing, getting ready for the holidays, maybe they were well, i just tho be very honest with ourselves that many of us feel like you, don. we don't know where to begin. but there is a place and that is what the police are doing and the mobile crisis units are doing now which is providing debriefing to not just get information but to allow these families to allow the parents, to allows the friends to just be able to talk about what they're experiencing. allowing them to ease into this grieving process that's going to be taking such a long time for them to get through, but most importantly, to help stabilize them, making sure that they get information that they get food, that they get warmth, that they get support and that they have an open communication, shoulders that are available for them to cry on to le
. we've got michelle franzen on the scene, clint van zandt, psychologist jeff gardeer. we have nbc white house correspondent chris tin welker. we've got larry johnson, the president of the national association of school safety and law enforcement officials and james johnson, baltimore county police chief. first we go for an immediate update to my msnbc colleague, michelle franzen. michelle, thank you for staying with us tonight. >> well, hi, chris, we're here in the newtown area of connecticut, just nearby a couple of miles from sandy hook elementary where the shooting, tragic shooting, took place earlier today. at this hour, hundreds of rez dents are gathering at a nearby catholic church for a vigil. holding a prayer for those who have lost their lives today, those youngest lives, anywhere between kind eergarten and four grade where those student were shot today. they're holding a prayer vigil and trying to comfort the families that they were told lost their loved ones in this town. it's a small new england town in this area. a very rural area in the central part of connecticut he
girlfriend. only she was not as tall. but, i want to thank the mayor lee, and the mayor's office, and jeff, and world rainbow fund and all of you for the invitation to be here tonight. we are so privileged to be able to gather together in community and joy and celebration and hope while so much of the world is plunged in darkness and chaos and war and intolerance. i am honored to read a poem for you tonight. >> the last time that i tried this, i pulled out a parking ticket. i got lucky this time. in spanish, hope, is aransa. and the plural is suransa many hopes. this is esperansas, in memory of sadako. >> for mother nature, and the ocean. but the rivers and the forest. who will speak for the redwoods and the brisle cones? for the sailors lost at sea, for the eyes that search for them, for the soldier and the soldier's widow. for the one in jail, and for the one that waits for the one in jail. and for the one who never had a chance to speak and found guilty. for the lovers torn apart and for the ones kept apart by, laws and prejudices. for the spare rows and the humming birds and for the we
of. with jeff tweedy, mavis staples, sean lennon and the harlem gospel choir. merry christmas, everybody! (cheers and applause) ♪ and so this is christmas ♪ and what have you done ♪ another year's over ♪ and a n
because of the mabomb threat at kohl's jeff bush explained explains what police are looking for. >> it is been tense at this mall in milpitas it started at 2:30 this employee who found a note in the men's room. it was a bomb threat. the police, the fire department, paramedics for also called in first responders to the scene. this department store is where this focused. the store was evacuate it and the bomb squad were called and the k-9 unit. the swat team rolled in with their portable robot that also looked for devices but so far, nothing has been found. the store will remain closed until the police are sure that the all clear can be given. in milpitas, kron 4. >>pam: ahead at eight. more reaction to today's a visibly shaken president obama. area went on high alert in the wake of the shooting. >>jacqueline: we did see some clearing and temperatures are dropping already to the 30's in santa rosa. 40's and novado, a fairfield, we will have another cold tells and possible rainfall coming up. [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secre
them. and that is why i want to bringing in jeff gardere to talk about how one explains this tragedy to children. he's a clinical psychologist. before we talk about this explaining this to a child, we've been talking a lot about gun laws in this country and about somehow making sure that the -- they don't get in the hands of the wrong people. i think it's just as important to talk about mental health, a subject that's been coming up over and over and over again. so where do we start here then? because i guess is nebulous a right, right word or complex is probably the right word when it comes to dealing with mental health issues. >> yes, it is very complex. and this brings up a very excellent point and i'm so glad, don, that you're asking this question. you had a previous guest who said look, when it comes to background checks, we have to look at minnesota mull facic personality inventory which gives us a broad spectrum as to who the person is, some of the psychological projective tests and so on. he is right on with that because right now one of the only questions asked when you're g
for worldwide aging population. i expect ge to be very upbeat. i think jeff immelt's going to tell a good story. some of that's because the company just boosted its dividend by 12% today p. you don't do that if you're doing poorly. the meeting will be the most talked about event of the day, maybe even the week other than the fiscal cliff. next up, oracle reports on tuesday after the close. i normally like oracle going to earnings. i heard so many rumblings of a better than expected quarter that it makes me nervous given the stock rallied some 25% on the year. the quarter's got to be lights out or we can see beatdown. wednesday morning we get a result from the exact opposite of oracle's general mills. nothing like -- this one just kind of goes up a little bit each quarter, delivers superior returns over a long period of time. and allows you to sleep at night. general mills hasn't done anything of late. but do you pocket that fine dividend, hold on, leisurely ride. stephanie link and i were talking about the stock last night. she's the co-director of actionalertsplus.com, my charitable trust. it'
. gin me as former fbi agent jeff lanza, we want to point out he is no relation to adam lanza. security was tight at this school in connecticut. but the gunman was able to get in any way. apparently shooting his way in. is there any way to stop that? >> no place is 100% safe. schools have been in lockdown mode since columbine in terms of the locks and doors they have, buzz-in procedures. that's very important and probably resulted in a lot of people not getting hurt but the problem is, they are never 100% safe. use a gun to break open windows, break open windows other ways, get your hand in and open the door. that's what happened here. no place is 100% secure. >> what about the guns? handguns were found in the school. a rifle in his car. can stronger restrictions on guns prevent these shootings? this opens up the whole gun control debate. where do you stand on that? >> you know, i think -- uncan't make the deaths of these children and the adults to have -- to have less meaning or no meaning at all. it needs to be a legacy and the legacy is congress and the highest levels of government,
the culture. dr. jeff gardeir is here to talk to us before we get to talk about how culture is playing a role in this. the brother says the shooter has a personality disorder. help us understand that what is he talking about when he says a personality disorder? >> well, he may be talking about something we call a skits zip code or a skits owe type personality disorder. what we know about these particular disorders, people isolate themselves, they have a bit of a different reality. they don't have many social or interactional skills. >> brian: seems went through high school. >> from what we hear and they have their own reality. we are not saying that they are schizophrenic. they don't have hallucinations but they certainly live in a different world than ours. >> our world has changed over the last 20, 30 years. the culture has changed. i was talking a little bit about apparently this guy was an expert gamer. >> yeah. >> steve: maybe the rating system needs to be changed with regard to video games. he seems to have been deadly accurate. >> he might have learned how to do that on those gaming sy
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